Migration & Deployment

Last Updated on 23 Oct. 2002, Total: 5 Articles and Tutorials

  1. Improving Coexistence between Lotus Notes/Domino and Microsoft Exchange

    Lotus Notes/Domino (or simply “Notes”) and Microsoft Exchange migrations have traditionally been painful processes. In nearly every migration, there is an amount of time where running both systems is required, especially in large scale deployments. In many cases, both systems remain indefinitely in the environment... Read More

  2. Implementing NNTP Newsfeed using Microsoft Exchange 2000

    In this article we shall look at how you can bring public newsgroups into your Exchange organization... Read More

  3. Configuring Exchange 2000 before Installing: The path less traveled

    Have you ever wished that you could install Exchange 2000 Server your way? Do you wish that you could have all of your Administrative Groups and Routing Groups not only planned out on paper but configured and laid out in your domain or forest before actually installing the first Exchange 2000 Server? Well…you can!... Read More

  4. Moving Users from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000

    So, you've successfully deployed Active Directory and managed to synchronize it with Exchange 5.5 using the ADC. Everything is stable and working okay, so now you decide to install a brand new Exchange 2000 server and move the users to a brave new messaging world. You must be thinking, how do you move the users?... Read More

  5. Migrating the Address Book from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000

    The old Exchange address book was not very powerful or complex but it did the job in most situations. A handy feature that existed in Exchange 5.5 was automatic creation of address lists. All you had to do was go to File a New Other a Address Book View, choose a mailbox attribute and almost immediately you would get address... Read More